Food Business News - August 22, 2017 - 54
Fuchs North America debuts
seasonings inspired by summer
Fuchs North America is launching the
Summer Sensations Collection, a line of
seasonings, bases and flavors inspired
by the season. The collection includes
seasonings and blends for seafood, dips,
snacks and salad dressings.
* The new Tropical Seafood Rub
Seasoning is a blend of sweet fruits
with savory onion, garlic and a hint of
heat. The seasoning is non-G.M.O. and
* The Creamy Southwest Snack Seasoning features a blend of buttermilk,
sour cream, fragrant spices and peppers.
It is certified organic and Non-GMO
* The new Peachipotle Dip Seasoning, which is Non-GMO Project verified
and Whole Foods compliant, features the
flavors of peaches paired with the heat and
smoky flavor profile of chipotle peppers.
* The Lemon and Herb Dressing
Seasoning couples lemons with fragrant
herbs and is Non-GMO Project verified
and Whole Foods compliant.
Corbion offers acid
powder for sour
Corbion is offering a solution for the
challenges associated with creating softpanned candy with a sour flavor profi le,
including taste, hygroscopicity and acid
The company's PURAC Powder MA
was developed for use in sugar confectionery, the company said, and it consists
of malic acid and Corbion's coating. The
ingredient provides high stability, low
hygroscopicity and an instant, clean
taste profi le without initiating sugar
inversion or attracting moisture.
"These product benefits enable confectionery producers to develop stable,
high quality and great tasting, confectionery - confectionery that meets the
needs of the market," Corbion said.
Sweet Green Fields achieves
Non-GMO Project verification
for range of stevia ingredients
Blue Pacific Flavors opens
new R.&D. laboratory
Organic flavor and ingredient manufacturer Blue Pacific Flavors has opened a
new research and development laboratory, the Flavor Creation and Culinary
Innovation Center, in City of Industry,
Calif. The laboratory will handle all
product development and flavor creation
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for the company's operations in the United States and Asia.
The opening comes after a $1.5
million expansion that doubled the
space to 3,100 square feet. The investment includes laboratories and offices
for quality assurance, quality control,
regulatory/product safety, research and
development, and new equipment. Processing capabilities include a MicroThermics steam injection system with in-line
homogenization and UHT clean-fi ll.
"Our vision was to build a worldclass innovation center to be the core of
our organization," said Donald Wilkes,
chief executive officer. "It is a reflection
of the food manufacturing renaissance
taking place in southern California and
our commitment to meet the needs of a
growing organic flavors business."
Sweet Green Fields has achieved NonGMO Project verification for 28 of its stevia ingredients. This move makes S.G.F.
the largest producer of Non-GMO Project
verified stevia ingredients, the Bellingham, Wash.-based company said.
The Non-GMO Project verified products include S.G.F.'s Optimizer Stevia
range, Intesse and Omega Stevia along
with its standard offerings of purified Rebaudioside A products and the Greenesse
Stevia SG95 range.
August 22, 2017